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December 01, 1960 - Image 6

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ers, Cagers Set for 0peners

served as an assistant under Perigo
e challenge Michigan.'s hockey Utilizing slower, more efficient and considers him "one of the best
iwill receive.from 4a, tough ' ball handling, and an alert de-
to ceyj~eaiein it g fense, Michigan's basketball squad fast-break coaches in the coun-
nto hockeyhteamjn nits open- vhopes to present Coach Dave try."
series of the.' yernh>re this Strack with weekend opening vic- But without a "big" man like
end appears formid1able, buttories over Vanderbilt and Ten- Indiana's Walt Bellamy or Ohio
cal as it may seems the Blues nessee. State's Jerry Lucas to clear the
be the weakest opponent ther taesJryLcsoclrth
beie willamet allyer.h Strack, who this season returns defensive backboards, Strack was
to his alma mater after a year as quick to, point out, the fast-break
r following the jtw ame set head basketball coach at Idaho, is of little value.
st the Canad m4 Michi- has abandoned the fast-breaking The new Wolverine offense will
tackles the -s schedule style of play which has character- feature a lively, yet more deliberate
history in 1j t e . best ized past Wolverine teams under attack; with ball control over-
ge hockey in the coun- JOHN TIDWELL Bill Perigo. shadowing sheer speed.
League Rough ... cage Captain Before leaving for Idaho, Strack "We may lose a few quick bas-
g l'e Rrthnkets because of this," Strack ad-
)body knows ockey l ehn-P mitted, "but there will be very
igan hockey" Ren- PRO SPORTS: few times when we lose the ball
"The whole gh," T A without a shot,"'
add. Not jus an N ~ '~i ~J~1
i, and N but t jNCeltsoHNatsWein1I1 NBA-Hositation
rado Coll and , Although the players will not
igan Stat be in .) VP. I l l hesitate to take relatively simple
"There easy B I l n R ally iesw ks shots, they may occasionally wait
e in the bunct aid, as long as 25 seconds, if necessary,
en Michigan State, who is - to insure what the coach termed
osed to be the .weak'sister of DETROIT (P) - Hal Greer and "a high percentage of accuracy"
ys tough for .Michiganas last Larry Costello paced the Syracuse five baskets and Chuck Noble four from outcourt.
proved. The Spartar} picked Nationals to a 135-126 victory over hoops to slice the Boston lead to
poed. ther frlage iked the Western Division leading st. six points. But Sam Jones retaliat- As a result, Strack sees few op-
Louis Hawks last night in the first ed with five baskets as Boston ponents concentrating solely on
the Wolve half of a National Basketball As gained a 71-58 halftime edge. high scoring senior John Tidwell,
nver, the defen NCAA Doubleheader. Boston Early in the fourth quarter, as was the case last season.
npions and suppo to be the beat Detroit In the second game, Detroit spurted to within seven "John will still get his share of
m of the crop again this year, 125-110. points before baskets by Sharman baskets," Strack believes, "but any-
ockpiled with 11 lettermen and Bob Cousy crushed the Pis- time three men guard Tidwell, our
ding three All-Americans. De- rer pumped inu3 oints tons' comeback hopes. other men will be free to score."
'me Maty oweand Geog Costello 30 as Syracuse led vir-
'men Marty Howe anGeorge tually all the way in scoring its * * * Defense Changed
kocenterBi Measron dr second victory in as many nights CHICAGO (R) - Goals by Doug Michigan's defense, on the other
tty solid nucleus and only its sixth triumph in 16 Mohns and Johnny Bucyk late in hand, will be the man-to-man
games this season. the final period enabled the Boston style so familiar to Michigan and
Powerful Team Pettit led the Hawks with 32 Bruins to tie the Chicago Black Big Ten followers. Strack, how-
chigan Tech also boasts an- points, followed by Clyde Lovellette Hawks 2-2 in a National Hockey ever, has also added a different
r powerful squad, although with 23. League game at Chicago Stadium twist to that by placing the em-
-scoring Paul Coppo and Johnlatng.
With Bill Russell hitting for 13 phasis more on protecting the cen-
anc must be replaced. But Withrill Rsselluittin fork1elastnight
mcie sud ete nedBtpoints and Bill Sharman 11, the Murray Balfour's marker In the ter zone in front of the basket,
Iuskies should get the needed world champion Celtics shot to first period and a goal by Ron than on strict "guard-your-man"
from the sophomores, who, as a 39-23 lead in the first quarter. Murphy midway in the final period defending.
men last year repeatedly beat appeared to sew up Chicago's
CAA runner-ups. Thereafter, they never were in eleventh triumph of the year. Although the man-to-man meth-
serious trouble as they posted their Then, at 14:24 of the last frame od will still be of prime impor-
th Dakota has already proved 14th victory against three losses Mohns drilled a long, screened tance, Strack refers to his defense
's equal as they split two this season. shot behind Hawk goalie Glenn as a "sagging to the middle" type.,
s in Grand Forks last week, The Pistons, who suffered their Hall. Two minutes later, Vic Talk around Yost Fieldhouse is
Colorado College and Minne- f o u r t h straight setback and Stasiuk carried the puck around understandably cautious, and the
who last year strung along seventh reversal in their last eight Chicago defenseman Dollard St. home opener is still a week away,
plenty of sophomores, are starts, staged only two brief Laurent, swept back of the Chicago but Michigan's new style and new
d to be improved. flurries, cage and fed a pass out to Bucyk, coach may provide Wolverine bas-
look at the year, it will be They struck back in the second who drilled a short shot into the ketball fans with many happy
h, but interesting. period with Bob Ferry dropping in cage from the left side, moments this winter.
ophomores Hold Key to Gym Success

Gotham Bowl Stymied;
Baseball Meetings Stall
WORCESTER, Mass., (o,))-Holy
Cross authorities yesterday de- oniniissioner Ford Frick in an
clined, to accept a re-issued in- attempt to draft an amendment
vitation to play Oregon State in that would clear the way for a
the Dec. 10, Gotham Bowl in New 10-team American League in 1961.
York. In the session with the Com-
Earlier in the day a bowl spokes- missioner were American League
man, when questioned as to President Joe Cronin,, National
whether the game would be played League President Warren, Giles,
said that there was nothing to and attorneys representing all
report. three offices.
He did say, however, that if "There will be no statement of
Holy Cross refused the re-issued progress," a spokesman for the
invitation, that the selection com- commissioner said.
mittee had a couple of other teams Before they went into session
i mindthismorning, the three officials
said they had agreed not to make
NEW YORK (-) - Baseball's any statement because both Giles
top brass met for more than five and Cronin must report back to
hours yesterday in the office of their leagues.
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